The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conserves land and water on national wildlife refuges for hundreds of species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Here’s a sampling of them, from A to Z.
Mongooses. Rats. Hurricanes. Rising seas. Invasive grasses. You name it, the St. Croix ground lizard experiences about the worst that Mother Nature throws its way. The federally endangered lizard is presumed extinct on the island that bears its name. But biologists with the Partners’ Coastal...
Green Cay National Wildlife Refuge is closed to the public to protect to the highly endangered, vulnerable St. Croix ground lizard. No visitor services are provided. However, staff does provide off-refuge educational and outreach services.
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